PS4 Exclusive Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Gets New Gameplay and Beautiful Key Art

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age fo PS4 shines in new artwork and new gameplay footage showing boss battles and more.

on June 15, 2017 8:37 PM

Today, during the Square Enix Presents livestream from the show floor at E3 2017 in Los Angeles, the house of Final Fantasy showcased new gameplay of the upcoming Final Fantasy XII remaster Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age.

The gameplay showcased a boss battle against the Elder Wyrm and another against those pesky mandragoras (Alraune King, Mandragora Prince, Onion Queen, Pumpkin Star and Topstalk). We also get to see a fight in the battle arena of Nalbina Dungeons.

On top of the new footage, Square Enix released a lovely new piece of key art by Co-Art Director Hideo Minaba, that will be used on the Steelbook cover of the game.

Incidentally, Minaba-san left Square Enix back in 2004, and currently is CEO of CyDesignation, working with Akihiko Yoshida. The other Co-Art Dierector Isamu Kamikokuryo (who recently designed another lovely piece of key artwork for Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age) also left Square Enix this year after working on Final Fantasy XV.

You can check out the video below (courtesy of YouTube user CloakCrown), alongside the key artwork at the bottom of the post.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will release on July 11th in North America and Europe and on July 13th in Japan and Asia, exclusively for PS4.

PS4 Exclusive Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Gets New Gameplay and Beautiful Key Art

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